How Civil War–era churches that avoided taking sides on slavery ended up siding with its supporters.
- Apr 18,
Ralph Winter’s Missions Campus Secures a Buyer
- Apr 17,
US Officials Stand With Pastor at Turkish Terrorism Trial
- Apr 12,
Tyndale Sued by Boy Who Didn’t Come Back from Heaven
- Apr 10,
Bill Hybels Resigns from Willow Creek
- Get Thee a Flawed WifeA letter of encouragement—and realism—to Christian men considering marriage.
- 5 More Reasons To Go To Church In Person: Sight, Sound, Touch, Smell, TasteWhen all our senses are involved we learn more, engage more, enjoy more, contribute more and remember more.(Pivot)
- Picking up the MantleIt is imperative that a church and its staff are involved in leadership transition while the church and the leadership are healthy.Leer en español
- The Remarkable Story of China’s ‘Bible Women’The history of Christianity in the world’s largest country can’t be told without acknowledging the female evangelists and pastors who built its church.
- It Is Not Good for Man—Or Immigrant—To Be AloneWhy pro-family immigration policy is God-honoring and good for the country.
- The Pastor's Currency is InfluenceAre you spending it wisely?
- NBC Resurrects ‘Jesus Christ Superstar’How will Christians respond to the live production? The show’s history offers some clues.
- The Origin Story of Martin Luther King Jr.How the civil-rights hero honed his preaching skills and prophetic vision at a Northern liberal seminary.